How funny. For a while I was wondering why Severus was wandering around out in the fog and mud :D My husband used to say that our oldest daughter damaged his hearing because of her high-pitched crying as an infant. She's 37 now but I bet he'd still tell that story. Thank you for a fun story.
What a wonderful review and comment. Thank you so much for your kindness. I’m glad that you’ve enjoyed them. A new, longer story is in the process, and if all goes well with MNFF, I’ll begin posting it here soon. Although it can stand on it’s own, it still has a connection with the trilogy. I spent the better part of two years writing the trilogy, and it’s hard to let go. The new story has a different twist, and I hope you give it a go.
Dani, I've read your story before, but I'm just feeling like quite the dunderhead. It is a dream, right? The wail of the banshee is Kat's cry, incorporated into his dream? I've had that happen before. It is a good reminder that Severus and Daniela still must remain vigilant, even in their "peaceful" new existence. On an unrelated note, I wished someons a happy Beltane yesterday, and she seemed really happy! I had never heard of Beltane until I read "Life in the Interim." So thank you for helping me to make someone else's day a little bit happier.
Author's Response: Yes, itís a dream that turns into reality. His traveling cloak was the sheet. The difficulty walking, a possible tangle. The banshee was Katrina crying. Maneuvering through the moor was him trying to get out of bed to reach his bedroom door. The weaving through the trees to get to the house was his attempt to traverse the hall. :-D Words and imagination can be so much fun. Thatís all Iím doing with my favorite pair for the moment. Iím working on a story with a different twist. It stands on itís own, but you may be able to see the connection with the trilogy. Thanks for the review and keep in touch. Dani
I don't think I've ever reviewed for any of your stories before, and for that I apologize. Your writing is simply wonderfully creative. I've been reading your stories on and off for the better part of a year, and your imagination knows no bounds. I am truly awed by your talent, and want to thank you for sharing it with all of us. Congratulations to you, and I wish you well!